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    us
    Jul 2019
    New Jersey
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    Some of my recent finds

    Hi all, I am new here. this is my first post. Only been Detecting for a few months. Here are some of my recent finds.

    The 64th Button was found in PA by my 15 yr old son at an old homesite built in 1861. ( Don't know how to tell if it is authentic but I think it is)
    The twist Monkey wrench was found by me at the same home site.
    The valve stem cover, strange button (any ideas let me know), the Ampule full of Yellow powder and Old fishing sinker was found in NJ near a river with history.
    The RWB Award Ribbon was also found in NJ differnt location.
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    Nice finds, congrats!

  3. #3
    us
    Apr 2019
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    Welcome to the hobby. I'm fairly new too. Nice finds. I especially like the button. Congrats.

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    Pretty cool stuff if you need Id on somethiung try the what is it not much gets by without an ID Well done
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    Welcome to tnet also Tommy
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    GREAT assortment of finds DirtyJerseyx9. Thanks for sharing...
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    I’m the furthest thing from an expert but that 64th Button looks like the real deal. Maybe from the war of 1812 era?

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    Quote Originally Posted by washingtonian View Post
    I’m the furthest thing from an expert but that 64th Button looks like the real deal. Maybe from the war of 1812 era?
    Nope, 2012 maybe.

    Sorry OP a copy.
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    That "64" button looks like it could hold some really good history. I don't know what it is but it looks old. Congrats!

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    Nice finds and welcome to tnet from Niagara Falls.
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    Dug a real nice revolutionary war button this weekend
    This is what a real one looks like.
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    'No good comes from thinking about how much time we waste detecting, as wasted time is good soul time' 25/06/08
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    'They look over their shoulder, I look to the ground' 30/09/12
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  13. #13
    us
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    Welcome to tnet forum, nice hunt & some cool recoveries, are the two pipe wrench pictures the same wrench, congrats to you & your son
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    ca
    Apr 2019
    Nova Scotia
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    I think that ampule of yellow powder is a very early match. The powder is sulfur and they used pliers to break them open. Very cool
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